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One Man’s Mission: Justice for Iraq

Published on Truthout, 9 October 2015.

Peace activist Bert Sacks refuses to ignore how US policy is harming Iraq. Since the early 1990s, he’s been seeking justice and looking for ways to stand with the Iraqi people. Nothing the US government has thrown at him thus far has slowed him down.

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Iraq: “A War Crime, Pure and Simple”

Published on Truthout, 10 August 2015.

More than a dozen years after the US-led invasion of Iraq began, Truthout asked three prominent policy analysts to reflect back on why the US pursued this war. Their perspectives remind us of the true aims of the war and point toward solutions to the ongoing crisis and occupation in Iraq today.

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Former US Attorney General Files Brief in Lawsuit Challenging Legality of Iraq War

Published on Truthout, 15 June 2015.

Sundus Saleh, an Iraqi single mother, is suing members of the George W. Bush administration for their role in the war in Iraq. Shortly after her papers were filed on May 27, former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark filed an amicus brief in a federal lawsuit that is challenging the legality of the Iraq war and occupation.

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